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Tiger no Moore: Richmond cuts midfield recruit

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 20: Andrew Moore of the Tigers in action during the 2016 AFL Round 22 match between the Richmond Tigers and the St Kilda Saints at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 20, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)
Andrew Moore has been punted after one season at Tigerland

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RICHMOND midfielder Andrew Moore has been delisted after just one season as the Tigers continue a sweeping series of list changes.

Moore signed a one-year deal to join the Tigers as a delisted free agent at the end of last season following 55 games with Port Adelaide. 

He was brought in to add depth to the club's inside midfield stocks but was only able to add five games to his career tally.

The Tigers have already delisted tall forward Liam McBean and Adam Marcon, with Troy Chaplin and Reece McKenzie retiring.

Key forward Ty Vickery has joined Hawthorn as a free agent, while veteran Brett Deledio was traded to Greater Western Sydney. 

Richmond secured midfielders Dion Prestia (Gold Coast) and Josh Caddy (Geelong) during the NAB AFL Trade Period, as well as ruckman Toby Nankervis from Sydney. 

The club holds selections 27, 56, 82 and 100 at next month's NAB AFL Draft and is expected to promote rookie Jayden Short.